We All Have Spots
by M. J. McDonald
* Reading Age: 3-7 years
* Grade Level: PS-2
* Paperback/kindle: 34 pages
* Publisher: Indelible
* Pub. Date: April 22, 2022
* ISBN-13: 8986178714
* Language: English
Unwrapping Some Illustrations
Logan is an adorable little leopard who wakes up late one day and finds himself alone. He feels really lonely so he sets out to find the other leopards.
Along his journey he spots other animals who have spots too. He encounters some cows, pigs, hyenas, a giraffe and some monkeys. Discouraged and sad he fears he will always be alone.
Will he finally encounter the leopards he is searching for? Did Logan learn a valuable life lesson that perhaps there are more animals than just leopards that have spots? The fact that those spot similarities should bring animals together not keep them apart is highlighted in his mind and heart. It's a wonderful lesson... yes it's spot on!
The illustrations are colourful, engaging and the animals featured are diverse. This would be a wonderful bedtime story or used in a classroom setting. I recommend this book.
Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS!
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